Williams Intelligence Summary--Robert H. Williams - HQ 105-10091
Williams Intelligence Summary (WIS) was a newsletter published by Major Robert H. Williams from December 1948 to March 1958 issued from Santa Ana, California.
During the 1952 Presidential election Williams issued a special edition of his publication (Special Eisenhower Edition) documenting what he claimed were General Dwight Eisenhower’s Jewish backers.
Major Robert Henry Williams (Santa Ana CA)
455-14-7271; b: 09-16-1897; d: 01-24-93
Williams described himself as
a former director of counterintelligence activities in the Army Air Forces. Williams
intelligence work was in Weather and Air Intelligence not Counter-Intelligence.
Per Williams in 4/51 issue of WIS: “In 1942 he
organized, trained, and directed on the largest Counter Intelligence
investigative staff sections in the Army Air Forces…” but a Major in the
Military Intelligence Reserve stated that no counter-intelligence force existed
1946 to 1948 = Williams worked
as a writer for radio commentator Upton Close.
Newark 105-1910, #346 is
2/16/59 memo from SAC Los Angeles to J, Edgar Hoover in the Newark file on
Christian Educational Association reports that: “Williams
claims to have vast experience in the intelligence field dealing with the
communist menace. However, pertinent
records reflect he was associated in a limited capacity with Air Force
Intelligence during World War II.
Material printed by Williams is often reprinted in ‘hate’ publications such as ‘Common
HQ 105-10091, #77 is a 7/29/52 memo from J.A. Sullivan to
F.J. Baumgardner which attaches a 7/11/52 report by Army Intelligence on
William – including following details.
1912-1921 = Williams attended
Simmons Academy and Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene TX
8/23/17 = Williams enlisted at Fort Sam Houston TX in the Signal Enlisted Research Corps and was appointed second lieutenant, Air Service Aeronautics on May 18, 1918.
11/23/17 – 8/12/19 = Williams served overseas with Army Expeditionary Forces and honorably discharged on 8/29/19 at Camp Travis TX.
1921 = B.A. degree, Simmons-Harding University
1921-1922 = ship radio operator
1924 = B.A. degree, Harvard University Graduate School of English
06/24 – 12/25 = Assistant Dept Manager, Dallas Chamber of Commerce
06/29 – 04/33 = factory rep, Rocky Mountain territory, for RCA-Victor company
01/35 – 04/41 = Editor, of a CCC weekly publication
3/31/42 = appointed Captain, AUS, and entered on active duty of 4/4/42. He served in Asiatic Pacific theater from 12/18/44 – 7/13/45. He requested release from active duty on 6/4/45 because of undue hardship caused by wife’s illness and was relieved from active duty on 10/19/45 at Fort Logan CO.
7/23/45 – 5/6/46 = reporter, Denver Post
7/11/45 = Received commendation for performance of duty as member of the 314th Bombardment Wing, Intelligence Section, as Wing Counter-Intelligence Officer.
4/46 = staff member of Closer Ups newsletter published by Upton Close
4/30/46 = Appointed Major (inactive)
7/10/47 = Appointed Major, Military Intelligence Reserve
1947 = Investigated to determine whether or not he had in his possession confidential government documents as reportedly stated during commentary by Upton Close.
1947 = authored booklet published by Closer Ups, entitled “The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in The World Communist Offensive”
1/26/50 – 2/9/50 = Williams was investigated by Army “to determine whether he had engaged in a course of conduct which was improper and incompatible with his status as a member of the Officers’ Reserve Corps. “
11/28/50 comment from Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, to Adjutant General stated: “Williams had seriously impaired his value to the MI-USAR by his publications, which were considered to be in bad taste and to reflect an attitude of disrespect toward higher authority. He had disqualified himself for duty as an Military Intelligence officer…On 21 December 1950, Williams was discharged from his commission as Major, MI-USAR, and Major, AUS.”
All of the foregoing info was
extracted from Fourth Army Weekly Summary of Domestic Intelligence dated
Discharged at Fort Sheridan
IL; G-2, 5th Army HQ = reference number “Inf-Res 0-390208”
1950 publication: Know Your Enemy [6/56 = 10th printing,
Self-described as “Counter-intelligence information for Governors, Mayors, police personnel, for political and military strategists” and “for citizens interested in preventing sabotage and revolution.” Pedro A. Del Valle recommends it in brief introductory comment on front page.
Chapters of Know
Your Enemy include:
#2 = Bolshevism Was Jewish [with captions “Jewish Bankers Financed Reds”; and “Communism from The Talmud”]
#3 = “Russia Still Under Jewish Influence”
#4 = “ADL – Secret Government of the United States”
In his “statement of policy” Williams observes:
“This publication attacks no man because of his race but it spares no subverter because of his race. The publisher believes that those basic carriers of Communism and political Zionism who attempt to hide behind the Jewish religion must be mercilessly exposed, both to discourage them and to make the American citizen understand the nature of the subversive attack against this nation, its institutions, and its people. The publisher urges the Jews of America to repudiate their vicious leaders and embrace Americanism thereby preventing the tragic race conflict fomented by the revolutionists.”
In the “preface to tenth edition” Williams claims that in 1942 he was the
head of the “Intelligence Staff section for the
Training Center No. 4 of the Army Air Forces at Miami Beach Fla” where
he “trained and directed one of the largest
Counterintelligence investigative staffs in the AAF. Later he became executive officer for the
Intelligence and Public Relations section, Headquarters, Miami Beach
Schools. In this assignment he trained
and directed the combined and expanded intelligence section over the various
Miami Beach Air Installations.”
Williams was one of the first
to question the Holocaust of Jews during the Second World War. In 1952 he wrote
the 'myth of the
slaughter of six million Jews'was 'the most fabulous
lie'ever imposed on 'the gullible West'
1947 = The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in the World
Communist Offensive, published by Upton Close (1947) and
The Thunderbolt, Inc. (1949) 44 pages.
1948 = The Untold Story of State Medicine (1948) 47 pages
1950 = FEPC and the Minority Machine: The Conquest of American Cities, 40 pages.
1950 = Know Your Enemy: Counter-Intelligence Information for Governors, Mayors, and Police Personnel Liberty Bell Publications, 56 pages.
1952 = Can the Police Protect Us? published by Williams Publications, 25 pages.
1952 = Special Eisenhower Edition of the Williams Intelligence Summary
1957 = The Ultimate World Order was published by the Christian Educational Assn., 74 pages.
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